Welcome to the Astral Pulse 2.0!If you're looking for your Journal, I've created a central sub forum for them here: https://www.astralpulse.com/forums/dream-and-projection-journals/
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Quote from: GrumpyRabbit on July 05, 2020, 00:00:24This may have been discussed elsewhere, but I'm wondering if many of you find that APing is seriously draining. Since starting to AP regularly a month ago, I've been going through a hypersomnia phase. Last night I "slept" 15 hours! And a lot of that was in and out twilight lucid dreaming that didn't quite feel like deep, restful sleep. I do have a chronic illness, but normally I'm on the side of waking up too early and not being able to fall back asleep. So this pattern is unusual for me. Does APing affect anyone else like this? And if so, is it a phase that will pass, or is it always like this? Recommendations to "deal" with it?
Quote from: omcasey on July 06, 2020, 23:31:28Hi GrumpyRabbit - Lumaza . .The thing I found in the beginning is that the conscious mind is inherently intertwined with the physical body. So as we are consciously going out, a greater quantity and quality of information and energy is likewise coming into the physical system. Greater quantities and qualities of information and energy are being processed through the physical system. This often, in my own case led to the need to drink a good deal more water than usual. It led to effortless alterations in the diet *I quit eating meat without even realizing it until years later as an example. During the phase ( years ) of awakening into the greater states, of steady, regular OBEs / APs, rest is certainly critical because integration of experiences is critical. I am someone who already rested a lot, who enjoyed ample awareness of the inner fields and synched in with them without debate. But - yes - I can see how one who is generally active and engaged in the physical field to a greater degree, who limits time spent in the non-physical or otherwise in states of rest and relaxation....will get pulled in - more. There is so much that does happen. I wrote this some time ago : Transfer Value Effects of the OBE on Physical Reality ♥︎
Quote from: Lumaza on July 06, 2020, 23:46:40 Salads, chicken and potatoes are on the menu quite a bit here.
Quote from: omcasey on July 07, 2020, 00:55:34Thanks for kudos on the latest article.. they write themselves more than ever now-a-days.
Quote from: LightBeam on July 07, 2020, 01:18:29Just stay away from fried chicken lol. Working in medical research, we always have to read stats on every new indication we test new meds for. Stats on areas where diseases are more prevalent. Guess where in the US are the unhealthiest people. The south where everything is deep fried.
Quote from: Nameless on July 07, 2020, 13:19:45Hey LightBeam, no picken on the fried chicken. LOL That's our state bird you know. Just kidding, I rarely eat fried foods and I'm from the south! Go figure. (laughing)
Quote from: Lumaza on July 07, 2020, 17:02:29 LOL! Our State Fair here in Minnesota is based on "Fried Foods". If it can be deep fried you will find it there. I have seen "deep fried pickles" and last year the new thing was "deep fried Macaroni and Cheese/Spaghetti" on a stick and "deep fried Snicker Bars" on a stick. Minnesota State Fair likes to keep everything on stick!
Quote from: LightBeam on July 07, 2020, 20:34:32haha, don t get me wrong Nameless and Lumaza, I LOVE food! I go purposely to county and state fairs to pig out on deep fried candy bars lol and other things, but I reward myself with these treats ONLY once every month or two and just for a weekend at a time. So, that keeps me happy and something to look forward to. The rest of the time I eat super healthy and that makes me happy as well, because it makes me feel pain free and vital.
Quote from: GrumpyRabbit on July 08, 2020, 21:51:26Maybe one day there will be a cure for us. Until then, I just plod along and still hope that at some point I can use AP to figure out how to heal myself, so I can truly live again. Then maybe I can help the rest of my fellow patients. That's my dream!